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The modern engineering and manufacturing industries have introduced many improvements in HVAC system components. The hybrid heat system represents just one of those advancements, but it is perhaps one of the most revolutionary. If you are interested in saving money in your Arlington, Virginia home, consider installing a hybrid heating unit.

Mixing Gas or Propane with Electricity

Most homeowners have to choose between gas, oil, or electric furnaces. A hybrid system eliminates that decision-making process and introduces a dual-fuel system that maximizes energy efficiency and reduces energy bills. A hybrid heating system uses electricity during milder weather, then switches to gas or oil power when the temperature drops further.

All-electric furnaces typically offer reduced energy efficiency. If you have one in your home, you might dread winter because you know you can expect those very high bills in the mail. However, electricity actually makes sense during mild weather because your furnace doesn’t have to work as hard.

The Best of Both Worlds

Smart hybrid heating systems use powerful sensors that detect the external air temperature. Until it drops below a certain threshold, the heater will run on electricity. As soon as it senses colder temperatures, however, it will switch to the more energy-efficient oil or gas.

Hybrid heaters also serve as heat pumps, which means that they will deliver conditioned air to your home during the summer. Combining the two systems can save you money on installation, maintenance, and other operational costs.

Selecting the Right Furnace

Sometimes, winter arrives in Virginia early and surprises everyone with an early frost. In some years, however, a belated winter can keep the temperatures comfortable well into December. A hybrid heater allows you to continue seamlessly through both scenarios without increasing your energy bills.

If you would like further information about hybrid heating systems and installing them in your home, call us today at 703-763-0399 to discuss hybrid heaters and other energy-saving options.

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